Heartbreaking image of the world No. 6 and Wimbledon finalist

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Not that knowing it hurts any less. His tears at the 2022 and 2023 Wimbledon finals went global. His good vibes are destroyed in the locker room, where he is known for his human quality and ability to create a good atmosphere, when he does not fulfill his wishes on the court.

The Grand Slam tournaments have abandoned him. With each edition, more pressure is applied. Her dream, she revealed, is to hopefully stop winning her second Wimbledon final, aiming to be a mother now with the serenity of a ‘great’ on her record.

If in 2022 it collided with the then unexpected Kazakh Elena Rybakinain 2023 he became a victim of the revival of the brilliant Czech Marketa Vondrousovawho took advantage of a break from injuries to dominate the All England Club.

At the 2023 US Open he lost to the Pole Iga Swiatek. It’s less traumatic when it comes to number one, the starting favorite.

Suddenly, in another WTA tournament on the calendar, the 500 in Abu Dhabi, the Tunisian. Ounce Jabeur He cried uncontrollably in the middle of the second set of the match he would lose to the Brazilian. Beatriz Haddad Maia by 6-3 and 6-4 in an hour and a half.

The woman making history in Arab tennis, falls again. The real reason for this heartbreaking moment is unknown to the public. With his coach, Issam Jellali, and his physical trainer and wife, Karim Kamountrying to stop him from standing up.


Ounce Jabeur, 29 years old and world No. 6, surrendered to No. 13. Theoretically, no drama. But he continues to suffer.

Source: La Verdad

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